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Handwashing Habits to Fight Illnesses

Spring is here but cold and flu season is still in force. In the workplace, where people are sharing space, equipment, computers, and phones, good handwashing hygiene is critical to prevent the spread of illnesses. A sick coworker is not

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Reaching for Objects While Driving Proves Fatal

Teen drivers aged 15 to 20 are at a higher risk of death and disability from car accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) found that motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of fatality in this age group.

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Minimizing the Risk of Slip and Falls

Slip and fall accidents are among the most common causes of personal injury and fatalities. According to The New York Times, falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries for older Americans. One older person suffers fatal injuries

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Car Accidents Increase Due to Opioid Use

Many are not surprised when they hear reports that opioid use is on the rise. The government has been very clear that we are battling a war on drugs in all states, including New Jersey. However, people may not realize

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Autonomous Vehicles to Curb Accident Trend

The National Safety Council has found that there were at least 40,000 roadway fatalities as a result of car accidents in 2018. This number has remained stagnant for three straight years for the first time since the Great Recession of

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Things You Should Not Do When Driving

Certain drivers view driving as a time to multi-task and they may view their daily commute or the drive to school as a waste of time. If drivers are tired, they may be trying to keep themselves awake by doing

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Spring Break Slip and Fall Hazards

Spring break is synonymous with fun and relaxation, but that does not mean accidents cannot happen. Slip and fall accidents are particularly common during spring break, and can lead to serious injuries, but there are ways to protect yourself and

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